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pervasiveness

[ per-vey-siv-nis ]
/ pərˈveɪ sɪv nɪs /
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noun
the condition or state of being spread throughout something or somewhere:Health authorities have underestimated the pervasiveness of serious influenza cases in the city because only patients admitted to intensive care units are considered severe.With the growing pervasiveness of the internet, more and more people are searching for and purchasing goods online.
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OTHER WORDS FROM pervasiveness

in·ter·per·va·sive·ness, nounnon·per·va·sive·ness, nounun·per·va·sive·ness, noun
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